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Cheshire Police appeal after motorcyclist dies in A49 accident

Cheshire Police appeal after motorcyclist dies in A49 accident

Police are appealing for information after a motorcyclist died in a collision on the A49 near Cholmondeley.

The incident at Bickley Moss involved a Ford Fiesta, an Aprilia motorcycle and a Yamaha motorcycle at around 5pm yesterday (Thursday September 10)

September 11, 2020
Police appeal after man left seriously injured in van collision

Police appeal after man left seriously injured in van collision

A man is seriously injured in hospital after a collision with a van which failed to stop at the scene in Crewe, police say.

Officers are appealing for witnesses and information following the collision involving the 33-year-old pedestrian and a white Peugeot van.

September 3, 2020
READER’S LETTER: CEC partly to blame over Stapeley appeal criticism

READER’S LETTER: CEC partly to blame over Stapeley appeal criticism

Dear Editor,
Cheshire East Council has issued a stinging open letter to the Secretary of State for housing strongly criticising his decision to grant a planning appeal in the borough.

August 31, 2020
Cheshire East blasts Secretary of State in letter over Stapeley appeal

Cheshire East blasts Secretary of State in letter over Stapeley appeal

Council chiefs have issued a stinging open letter to the Secretary of State, strongly criticising his decision to grant a planning appeal to build homes in Nantwich.

August 24, 2020
MP vows to fight Muller scheme expansion after Stapeley appeal ruling

MP vows to fight Muller scheme expansion after Stapeley appeal ruling

The MP for Crewe & Nantwich has vowed to fight any attempt to expand a controversial development in Nantwich given the go ahead by the Government.

Dr Kieran Mullan said he was “very disappointed” that Cheshire East Council will not appeal the Secretary of State’s decision to allow Muller Properties to build 189 homes on land in Stapeley.

August 13, 2020
Cheshire East Council will NOT appeal Sec of State decision to allow Muller scheme in Nantwich

Cheshire East Council will NOT appeal Sec of State decision to allow Muller scheme in Nantwich

Cheshire East Council will NOT appeal a controversial decision by the Secretary of State to allow a massive housing development in Stapeley, Nantwich.

It means Muller Properties are now allowed to build phase one of their proposed “Nantwich South” development.

August 7, 2020
“Sad day” for Stapeley campaigners who fought Muller Property development

“Sad day” for Stapeley campaigners who fought Muller Property development

Campaigners who fought to stop the controversial Muller development in Stapeley have called it a “sad day”.

Muller has been granted planning permission by the Secretary of State for the first phase of it’s 1,000-home “Nantwich South” scheme on land between Peter de Stapleigh Way, Audlem Road and the A51 London Road.

July 15, 2020
Government GRANTS Muller Property appeal for “Nantwich South” development

Government GRANTS Muller Property appeal for “Nantwich South” development

Muller Property has been GRANTED permission to build the first phase of a potential 1,100-home “Nantwich South” development on land off Peter de Stapleigh Way, it was announced today.

In a 133-page decision notice, the Secretary of State said he agreed with a planning inspector’s report following a second public inquiry held over four days back in February 2018.

July 15, 2020
Bunbury Ward Cllr Sarah Pochin does not appeal party expulsion

Bunbury Ward Cllr Sarah Pochin does not appeal party expulsion

A Cheshire East councillor who was expelled from the Conservative Group, has not appealed against the decision.

Cllr Sarah Pochin, who represents Bunbury Ward, was expelled by the Cheshire East Conservative Group in March.

May 22, 2020
Appeal for Cheshire East foster parents amid rise in children in care

Appeal for Cheshire East foster parents amid rise in children in care

An appeal has been issued to boost the number of foster carers in Cheshire East, amid fears more children will need care after the pandemic “lockdown”.

There are 534 cared for children in the borough and official say “there may be more children needing our support when lockdown ends”.

May 15, 2020
Police hunt man who grabbed girl, 13, in Queens Park

Police hunt man who grabbed girl, 13, in Queens Park

Police are hunting a man who grabbed a 13-year-old girl as she walked through Queens Park in Crewe.

Officers are appealing for information from members of the public who may have seen the incident.

May 7, 2020
St Luke’s Hospice unveils “daisy” as symbol of appeal for hope

St Luke’s Hospice unveils “daisy” as symbol of appeal for hope

This daisy is the symbol of hope for St Luke’s Hospice this summer as it launches its “Appeal for Hope”.

The Cheshire hospice is inviting people to pre-order one of the ornamental flowers in return for a donation to the as a sign of hope that better times will come.

April 27, 2020
Reaseheath graduate appeals for help to feed zoo animals during pandemic

Reaseheath graduate appeals for help to feed zoo animals during pandemic

An animal science graduate from University Centre Reaseheath in Nantwich has launched an appeal for cash donations to help feed the animals at the zoo where he works.

Jack Williams, Centre Manager at Lakeland Wildlife Oasis in South Cumbria, is calling on supporters and visitors to aid the popular zoo, which has been hit hard by coronavirus restrictions.

April 7, 2020